Volocian believes first and foremost that financial status shouldn’t be a barrier to entry in multimedia content creation. Whether you want to design a product or website, record a band, remix a song, or produce a feature length movie with professional post production graphics and effects, Volocian™ wants to help, even if you’re using borrowed hardware with no previous experience. We provide affordable products and services for any budget, including cost-free solutions for education and demo purposes, while everything we do is designed with ease of use and flexibility in mind, to suit everyone from novice hobbyists to expert professionals. Wherever possible, Volocian™ relies on free, open source, and cross-platform software to prevent vendor lock-in, planned obsolescence, and software as a service licensing. While we remain pragmatic about the use of proprietary software, as we’re aware of the feature limitations of some open source solutions, free solutions are preferred.
A viewer for image sequences, aimed to be a professional tool for viewing animation frames rendered with 2D and 3D editing software. It is cross-platform, fast, supports many image formats and OpenGL rendering.
BLibrestez Robotics Software Library Project
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A Work-In-Progress, Full-Featured, Open Source IRC Client
Kashyyyk is full featured, open source, cross platform IRC client. It was originally written to replace HexChat on OS X. At the time, HexChat (a fork of XChat) had only had a single release on OS X, which was still in alpha. Kashyyyk is extremely small, the binaries and related libraries totaling around half a megabyte. Kashyyyk also has very few external dependencies, the official binaries statically linking all supporting libraries. Kashyyyk is natively available for OS X, Windows, and FreeBSD. Additionally, it can be compiled for Cygwin/X. When possible, Kashyyyk takes advantage of native OS capabilites, such as the OS X notification center. Kashyyyk uses the libfjirc library originally written for the Whittler IRC bot and the libfjnet wrapper written for TurboSphere. It has an FLTK-based GUI. Kashyyyk is intended to be cross platform and easily compiled. It is known to compile using Clang, GCC, Cygwin, Sun Studio, and MSVC 2013.